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  1. João R's rating of the film Funny Face

    Every corner of this movie has such an elegant and refined appeal that is hard to ignore. More than an eye-candy, this is a light tale about heart and its compulsions, and not just about pretty faces. It's not pioneering, but it's proud of what it is. I can't ignore the scene where a man slaps its lover and then she proceeds to kiss him. Other than that, it was extremely merry to watch this!

  2. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Funny Face

    Audrey Hepburn looks fantastic in this musical. It is a colorful, superb choreographed movie movie and a great tourist commercial for Paris. It is the pen-ultimate retire film for Fred Astaire who still can swing himself around as a 58-year-old. Kay Thompson almost steals the film from the lead actors in her opening number in what is a classic movie moment and the best song in the entire film.

  3. FISCHER's rating of the film Funny Face

    La directrice d'un magazine de mode cherche à Paris un mannequin pour sa dernière collection. Bienvenu ! www.cinefiches.com

  4. Aardsy's rating of the film Funny Face

    Feels so gay, feels so bright.

  5. LauraPalmer's rating of the film Funny Face

    Rewatched and re-loved. Yes, I love her <3

  6. alchimia's rating of the film Funny Face

    Audrey Hepburn really is a precious thing and deserved better than Fred Astaire's metrosexual ass.

  7. SpacePirate's rating of the film Funny Face

    A lot of people seem to not dig this one much. Maybe its bc I am a fashion victim/addict and a lover of musicals that this is pretty much as good as it gets for me. Audrey is utterly charming as usual, Astaire is a bit old but maybe Gene Kelly was busy lol so he gets a pass. The songs and set designs, the mise-en-scene, etc all make this an unbelievably easy film to recommend. I now wanna go listen to the s/t again..

  8. Alex Pintică's rating of the film Funny Face

  9. Cartaphilus's rating of the film Funny Face

    3.5 Cool dance numbers, some catchy songs a towing perfomance from Kay Thompson but the 40 year blunder...i mean he could have been a mentor...oh well.

  10. Adèle Vivet's rating of the film Funny Face

    Audrey Hepburn éblouissante, mais un scénario bien désuet. Dommage que les parties musicales/chorégraphiées ne soient pas plus poussées, surtout quand on a Fred Astair dans le casting !

  11. EYELASHMITE's rating of the film Funny Face

  12. MarxEngels's rating of the film Funny Face

    It doesn't have much of a plot, but this movie is oh so stylish.

  13. Ariel Rowan's rating of the film Funny Face

    astaire and hepburn r such a bad pairing

  14. truffraud's rating of the film Funny Face

    legendary art direction and set design

  15. Elena Lazic's rating of the film Funny Face

  16. Max Seqgar's rating of the film Funny Face

    One big Pink Scam! This film cheaply stylized Weisberger's novel to the 50's fashion industry, and blattantly ripped Demy's colorful musical style. Shame on you, Donen!!

  17. lina maj's rating of the film Funny Face

    Couldn't find a single thing to agree with in this film.

  18. nouvelle vague 1960's rating of the film Funny Face

    This entertaining musical is a bit of a curates egg,good in parts.The opening sequences are the best parts of the film,but once things move to Paris problems developed.Firstly,what started as a modern looking musical,begins to make fun of the current youth movements.Secondly,the film seems to suggest that women should be married and not intellectual! On the plus side,the film and Paris looks great.As do the two leads

  19. ajdehany's rating of the film Funny Face

    Extremely enjoyable if patchy at points. The sexual problematic of the Eliza Doolittle style reinvention isn't really thought through, but then it's *only* a musical . . .

  20. UnbrandedFilms's rating of the film Funny Face

  21. lostlevel's rating of the film Funny Face

    It's daft, it's dated, silly and filled with stereotypes but it's so charming. I don't really do musicals but Audrey Hepburn, Fred Astaire and Kay Thompson are great. Whoever got carried away with the credits sequence and came up with the darkroom scene earned the extra star.

  22. raggiodisole's rating of the film Funny Face

    Takes a rare musical to make me smile. this wasn't it, but its alot better than some of the reviews suggest. not enough dancing, plot makes no sense, and the ridicule that the French endure is quite unbearable, but Fred's dancing, so relatively happy days

  23. janh24's rating of the film Funny Face

  24. P Teddy Sawyer's rating of the film Funny Face

    Forget the story and watch this as a documentary on beauty and of the period

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